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Posted 08 June 2020 - 02:30 PM
Now I'm getting automated messages saying that she's setting up a Performance Improvement Plan for me. In short, it seems like she's trying to fire me even though my work is objectively acceptable. And if anyone else reviews my work, I do get 100%.
I'm now stressed enough that it is effecting my work, which sucks. I'm really in a ****ty mood and hope the union is on my side.
Posted 08 June 2020 - 04:39 PM
My husband had something similar happen to him early in his career so that he couldn't move on past a terrible manager who needed him to save his bacon, and he is a top performer and highly regarded in his skill set. Manager ended up getting fired later for something unethical.
- Zathras +1 this
Posted 08 June 2020 - 05:30 PM
Posted 09 June 2020 - 08:03 AM
Meanwhile my work stress is I have too much of it. I mean school is over but my other job is declaring us to have mandatory overtime. So I want to work less than 25 hours a week but my schedule was 43 hours for this week. I'm exhausted and I'm making mistakes and or don't actually care. I laughed at a guy who said he signed up to do the survey after the call and I need to treat him nice and give him what he wants. I probably deserve a PIP because of that but commmmmme on dude.
I would save all the documentation that is being sent to you. I hate micromanagers.
Posted 09 June 2020 - 08:49 AM
But theres nothing in writing about recording conversations, and they pretty much to list all the reasons for discipline.
And Ohio law says only one party has to be aware of it.
Posted 10 June 2020 - 11:25 AM
If they're going to fire you, definitely let that happen and don't resign. Not only will you be eligible for unemployment compensation (assuming you've been at this job for long enough) but then you'll be able to pursue legal action. I'd definitely lawyer up.
But hopefully you'll get off your PIP and continue working there.